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21 Responses to What’s This?

  1. howie says:

    Clay Pidgeon?


  2. Sharon says:

    I believe that’s an itty-bitty drone flying over the football stadium at the Vikings-Packers games last week–taking pictures ‘n stuff. And I think the TSA was in attendance also. (I didn’t peek…)


  3. Arkindole says:

    Three words: four aught buck (already been done btw)

    Patriot Class Drone


  4. ThatOldGuy says:

    It’s a drone, and there are going to be 30,000 of them over the skies of the US by 2020. Some of them will be armed. Some of them will be the size of planes, others will be the size of birds or flies. They will be owned by either the military, the state/local police, and even some corporations. Regarding government-owned drones, these drones will be able to collet data via video and keep the information obtained for up to 90 days without a warrant, whereby the agency involved will determine if the data will be kept; all that is needed is the express approval of the Secretary of Defense. In addition, these drones can be sent to political meetings, as well as sent to hover outside your living room window, as non-“specifically identified” persons are allowed to be monitored.

    It’s the result of the passage of the FAA reauthorization act, passed last February.


  5. cajunkelly says:

    (chuckle) at what Krauthammer says about these spypods.


  6. cajunkelly says:

    It didn’t work out very well for the owners of the “animal rights group” drone in Texas.


  7. Chip Bennett says:

    Next thing you know, the Obama government will propose installing intercoms (audio-visual, of course) in all dwellings – you know, for immediate dispersion of critical information from the government. What’s that you say: you found a recording device in yours? Never you mind about that….

    Things become more Orwellian with each passing day.


    • ThatOldGuy says:

      ” … the Obama government will propose installing intercoms …”

      While it isn’t in *all* dwellings, yet, this is essentially what certain provisions of the PATRIOT Act allows. FBI agents can write themselves a search warrant, invade your house while your out, place a bug somewhere inside the house, and make it look like a robbery took place (kicking in the front door, flipping mattresses, pulling silverware out of the drawer and so on). This bug can be left hidden in your house for 18 months without the authorities having to inform you of its presence.

      But yeah, Orwell was the first thing I thought. In particular, I thought of the scene when Winston and Julia (that ‘rebel from the waist down’) are together in that secret apartment and there’s the bug in the picture frame.


  8. czarowniczy says:

    MY GOD! It’s The Tick!


    • WeeWeed says:

      Nah…. just skeet.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Wow! Skeet with thrusters, that should make the shoots more interesting. I wouldn’t sweat the drones, take a Zen approach and ‘be one with the drone’ as damn near anyone, including geeks PO’s they can’t get a squeeze to go to the prom, can build their own now. I still get catalogs from businesses selling to the public that have amazing numbers of really small and high-resolution, battery-powered and very lightweight remote camera systems. Pop one into one of the many gas or electric RC aircraft/helicopters flooding hobby stores and viola, you are a private voyeur with airspace privileges. To those middle-aged folk who think they can sunbathe in the high-fenced backyards (mercifully) unobserved – think again.


  9. griz1234 says:

    Next look for scrutiny of Ham radio licensees and more regulation of electronic equipment.

    After all, the expertise and technology to interfere with all those radio links is a danger to our freedom… um… Yeah, that’ll be their story.


  10. lovemygirl says:

    Shotguns work best at low flying objects.


  11. lovemygirl says:

    Just an aside, I used to own a large telescope and lived in the flight path of O’Hare. I usually used the scope far away from city lights, but occasionally used it in the back yard. I always was worried that if the President flew in, black vehicles may swoop in on me if I had my “Circus Cannon” out (with shroud).


  12. brutalhonesty says:

    2010 houston police do secret test of drone….no media allowed….


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